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November 9th, 2017
PhotoSat Delivers Highly Accurate Satellite Surveying of AbraPlata Diablillos Silver Project in Argentina

VANCOUVER, CANADA PhotoSat is pleased to announce that it has completed satellite surveying of the AbraPlata Diablillos Project in Argentina. The surveying was carried out using stereo photos from the high-resolution DigitalGlobe WorldView-3 imaging satellite. The satellite survey consists of an elevation point every meter, contours with 1m elevation intervals, and the review and verification of the survey coordinates of 245 drill holes.  To view the case history, visit AbraPlata Diablillos PhotoSat Case History.

Based on comparisons between the PhotoSat surveying and over 200 ground survey points, the accuracy of the PhotoSat survey is better than 20cm in elevation.

PhotoSat’s review of the Diablillos drill hole survey data indicates that 234 of the 245 drill hole coordinates are accurate to better than 20cm. 11 of the drill holes have possible coordinate errors of up to 1.7m. The surveying of these 11 drill holes are being reviewed by AbraPlata.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to apply our cutting-edge satellite surveying technology and the world’s highest quality imaging satellites to advance AbraPlata’s Diablillos Project. Exploration and development success on the Diablillos Project will provide significant economic benefits to AbraPlata stakeholders as well as to the people of Argentina,” said PhotoSat President, Gerry Mitchell.

For more information about PhotoSat’s satellite surveying service, visit www.photosat.ca/surveying.

About PhotoSat
Vancouver-based PhotoSat, founded in 1993, has invented a new technology to produce highly accurate satellite survey data. We specialize in elevation surveying for civil engineering infrastructure projects and the planning and design of resource development projects. Our clients are oil and gasmining, oil sands, engineering, and environmental companies and government agencies.

Our expertise in geophysical data processing methods combined with extensive experience has resulted in the world’s most accurate satellite surveying. We have delivered over 850 surveying projects, and produce data with better than 20cm elevation accuracy. For more information about PhotoSat, visit www.photosat.ca.

About AbraPlata
Abraplata is a junior mining exploration company focused on delivering shareholder returns by unlocking mineral value in Argentina. The Company’s experienced management team has assembled an outstanding portfolio of gold, silver and copper exploration assets, and is focused on advancing its flagship Diablillos property, with an indicated resource of 81.3m oz Ag and 755k oz Au, through the various stages of feasibility. In addition, AbraPlata owns the highly prospective Cerro Amarillo property with its cluster of five mineralized Cu-(Mo-Au) porphyry intrusions located in a mining camp hosting the behemoth El Teniente, Los Bronces, and Los Pelambres porphyry Cu-Mo deposits. Further exploration work is also planned for the Company’s Samenta porphyry Cu-Mo property south of First Quantum’s TacaTaca project as well as its Aguas Perdidas Au-Ag epithermal property. For more information about AbraPlata, visit www.abraplata.com.